1099 news items tagged Samsung Electronics
Samsung sees profit drop in Vietnam in 2020Tuesday 4 May 2021
The four major subsidiaries of Samsung Electronics in Vietnam garnered revenues of US$63.25 billion in 2020, decreasing 4% from a year earlier, with their combined earnings sliding...
Global tablet shipments drop sequentially in 1Q21Tuesday 4 May 2021
Global tablet shipments totaled 35.95 million units in the first quarter of 2021, down 22.7% sequentially, but 45.5% on year, meeting Digitimes Research's forecast in January.
Chromebook shipments remain strong in 1Q21Monday 3 May 2021
Chromebook shipments worldwide remained at above 10 million units in the first quarter of 2021, despite an around 9% sequential decrease, according to Digitimes Research's figures.
Global notebook shipments to surpass 62 million units in 2Q21Monday 3 May 2021
Global notebook shipments not including devices with detachable keyboards went down only 8.7% sequentially in the first quarter of 2021 as demand for education and gaming models remained...
UMC eyeing long-term contracts with major clientsWednesday 28 April 2021
Pure-play foundry United Microelectronics (UMC) is striving to get its major clients including Samsung Electronics, MediaTek and Qualcomm to enter into 3-year supply agreements, according...
Faraday upbeat about 1H21Wednesday 28 April 2021
Faraday Technology, a fabless ASIC service and silicon IP provider, has expressed optimism about its sales growth in the first half of 2021 driven by robust growth in revenue generated...
Samsung launches Galaxy M12 in TaiwanMonday 26 April 2021
Samsung Electronics has launched its latest 4G smartphone, the Galaxy M12, in the Taiwan market, with the availability to begin on April 26 at NT$4,999 (US$180).
Apple taking time in AR glasses development, say sourcesMonday 26 April 2021
Apple did not start P2 prototype testing for its AR glasses as expected by its supply chain partners in first-quarter 2021, which means it is unlikely for the device to begin volume...
Samsung launches Neo QLED 8K TVs in TaiwanFriday 23 April 2021
Samsung Electronics has launched in Taiwan its new Neo QLED 8K series TVs that feature the combination of a miniLED backlighting module and a QD display, and support AI and algorithm...
Samsung remains formidable competitor for TSMC, says Morris ChangThursday 22 April 2021
Samsung Electronics is still a formidable competitor for TSMC, according to Morris Chang, founder of the world's largest pure-play foundry.
Malaysia invites telecom equipment vendors to 5G bidding, says reportThursday 22 April 2021
Digital Nasional Berhad (DNB) under Malaysia's Ministry of Finance has invited Ericsson, Huawei, ZTE, Cisco, NEC, Nokia, Samsung Electronics and FiberHome to participate in the bidding...
AUO breaks into supply chain for Samsung microLED TVsTuesday 20 April 2021
AU Optronics (AUO) has cut into the supply chain for Samsung's microLED TVs by providing glass backplanes, with shipments to kick off in the second half of 2021, according to industry...
Samsung reportedly looking to outsource memory controller productionFriday 16 April 2021
Samsung Electronics is looking to outsource the production of its memory controllers amid tight capacity at its own foundry, according to market sources.
ICs play bigger role in Taiwan exportsThursday 15 April 2021
ICs accounted for a record-high 35.5% of Taiwan's total exports in 2020, indicating Taiwan-based chipmakers are increasingly critical to the country's economy, according to Digitimes...
Wi-Fi 6E chips to bring business for test, certification labs in 2H21Monday 12 April 2021
Chipmakers are set to roll out Wi-Fi 6E chip solutions in the second half of the year, bringing new business opportunities for IC test and certification labs including Sporton Inte...
DRAM contract prices to rise further in 2Q21Friday 26 March 2021
DRAM contract prices will register a larger sequential rise in the second quarter after rising 5-10% in the first quarter, according to industry sources.
Samsung develops HKMG-based DDR5 memoryFriday 26 March 2021
Samsung Electronics has expanded its DDR5 DRAM memory portfolio with a 512GB DDR5 module based on high-K metal gate (HKMG) process technology, according to the company.
Samsung releases new 5G smartphones in TaiwanFriday 19 March 2021
Samsung Electronics has released its new 5G smartphones, the A52 and the A72, in Taiwan and expects Taiwan's 5G users to reach more than 5.5 million or a penetration rate of over...
NAND flash prices to see single-digit rise in 2Q21Thursday 18 March 2021
NAND flash prices are expected to register single-digit sequential increases in the second quarter of 2021, and then rise further modestly through the second half of the year, according...
Taiwan IC packaging-testing firms eyeing automotive CISThursday 18 March 2021
As international design houses of smartphone-use CMOS image sensors (CIS) including Sony, Samsung Electronics, OmniVision and On Semiconductor have shifted 2021 business focus to...
Samsung raises quotes for rigid AMOLED panelsWednesday 17 March 2021
Samsung Electronics has raised its quotes for rigid AMOLED panels by 5-8% to reflect related driver IC supply constraints, according to industry sources.
Taiwan PCB makers gearing up for miniLED TV boomWednesday 17 March 2021
Taiwan-based PCB manufacturers, such as Taiwan PCB Techvest (TPT) and Apex International, are gearing up for the miniLED-backlit TV market boom as they have cut into supply chains...
MiniLED-backlit TV competition heating upWednesday 17 March 2021
Samsung Electronics will begin shipping its Neo QLED LCD TVs at the end of March 2021, heating up competition in miniLED backlighting, according to industry sources.
Pandemic-driven demand boosts semiconductor market up 10.4% in 2020Tuesday 16 March 2021
The semiconductor market saw strong growth in 2020 as the industry marked its third year in the last four of double-digit expansion, despite turmoil from the coronavirus that disrupted...
Shortage of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 series unlikely to ease by 3Q21Monday 15 March 2021
Nvidia's GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards are still in short supply, which is unlikely to ease by the third quarter of this year, according to sources at graphics card makers.